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Daily Crime and Fire Log

*Please note that there is a written Crime/Fire Log in the DPS Office for viewing 24 hrs. a day, 7 days a week. Reported incidents stay on the crime log for 60 days.
Date: 05-27-15
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Theft By Unlawful Taking > $500.00-bicycle
Description
of Incident:
Victim reported that her bicycle lock had been cut and removed from her bike that was chained to the rack behind Forrer hall. The unknown thief then stole her bicycle. The value of the stolen bike is approximately $700.00. Refer to case #15C-034 investigated by Officer David Barnett.
Location: Bicycle rack behind Forrer hall.
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 05-21-15
Time: Unknown
Type
of Incident:
Burglary 2nd Degree
Description
of Incident:
Unknown person(s) entered an empty apartment that was being renovated and while inside damaged lights, blinds and smoke detectors. While on the property the unknown suspects took, removed and damaged the outside light covers to several apartments and threw them across the road. Refer to case number 15C-032 investigated by Officer Dave Barnett.
Location: 457 4th Street
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 05-15-15
Time: 0628 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Alcohol Intoxication In a Public Place, TBUT > $500, Criminal Mischief 1st, and TBUT< $500
Description
of Incident:
Subject was observed on Transylvania University property in an intoxicated state trying to find a place to rest. Subject was placed under arrest for Alcohol Intoxication and lodged in the Fayette County Detention Center. Refer to case # 15C-026 and citation number C186593 which was investigated by Officer Jeremy Moore. Early in the morning hours we were notified by two victims that their vehicles had been entered and items taken from both vehicles. These two vehicles were parked in the Hazelrigg parking lot. One of the vehicles was not locked and the suspect removed approximately $476.00 worth of clothing and merchandise from the vehicle. The second vehicle was entered by breaking the rear window. Upon entering the rear window the suspect took approximately $1,910.00 worth of tools and the stereo from the dashboard. The estimated damage to the vehicle including the dash and window is $1600.00. The subject upon being interviewed confessed to the crime and charges are pending. Almost all of the stolen property was recovered. Refer to the following cases: Theft by Unlawful Taking > $500 15C-027, Criminal Mischief 1st Degree 15C-031, and Theft by Unlawful Taking < $500 15C-028. These cases are being investigated by Officer Jeremy Moore, Captain Gowdy and Chief Muravchick
Location: Hazelrigg Parking lot
Disposition: Closed-charges pending
 
Date: 05-05-15
Time: 0900 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
TBUT < $500.00-bicycle
Description
of Incident:
Victim came into DPS and reported that her bicycle had been stolen from the bicycle rack. The bike was left unsecured. At this time there are no suspects or leads. Case investigated by Lt. VanHaitsma. The bike has been entered into NCIC. Refer to case number 15C-025.
Location: Forrer back circle bike rack
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 05-05-15
Time: 0458 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Alcohol Inoxication, Fleeing Evading Police Officer, Execution of Warrant-Parole Violation
Description
of Incident:
DPS received a call that an individual was stumbling on university property in an intoxicated state. Upon Lt. VanHaitsma observing the subject he tried to talk to him and the subject fled on foot. The subject was so intoxicated that he fell down which caused minor abrasions to his facial area and nose. The subject was treated and released at Good Samiratan Hospital. Upon checking the subject for warrants we learned that he had an active warrant on him for Parole Violation. The subject was arrested and lodged in the Fayette County Detention Center on the following charges: 1. Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place 2. Fleeing Evading a Police Officer 2nd Degree 3. Warrant Execution-Parole Violation.
Location: Rosenthal
Disposition: Closed
 
Date: 05-05-15
Time: Approximately 2200 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Sexual Assault
Description
of Incident:
On Tuesday, May 5, 2015 at approximately 10 p.m., it was reported to Transylvania University officials that on Tuesday, April. 28, 2015, a female student was sexually assaulted by an acquaintance in a residence hall on campus. The crime is currently being investigated by campus officials. This report was made to the Title IX coordinator. Refer to case #2014029101.
Location: Residential Hall
Disposition: Open
 
Date: 04-05-15
Time: 1620 hrs.
Type
of Incident:
Burglary 2nd Degree (2 Counts)
Description
of Incident:
Victim advised that unknown person(s) came into her locked room and sprayed some sort of glow paint on her walls and part of her ceiling. Victim reported that this occurred on two different occasions. First event occurred on 02-08-15 and the second event occurred on or about 04-05-15. There are no suspects or leads. Case investigations being conducted by Officer Chapman and Officer Villalobos. Nothing was taken or damaged in the room on either event.
Location: Hazelrigg
Disposition: Open
 
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